Leeds agency Present Works welcomes five new tech brands

The Present Works team

The Leeds-based marketing agency has recently added a wealth of exciting new tech and AI businesses to its growing portfolio.

Representing a range of tech capabilities, new clients include AI Insurance specialists, Loadsure, Paris-based B2B Digital Commerce experts, DJUST, website hosting business, Fasthosts, Leeds-based Hexagon Consultants, and retail AI pioneers, HyperFinity.

Present Works, which specialises in delivering impactful B2B strategies for national and global brands by getting under the skin of its client’s propositions and articulating, often complex, topics in a way that’s clear and compelling, is supporting its new partners across a range of activities. This includes brand refinement and development, go-to-market strategy creation and ongoing content development.

Peter Denby, director of HyperFinity, saidt: “Present Works really understands what we need. We are an established data science business with new technology to take to market, and the Present Works team has helped us craft our language, assess the market and our position in it, and developed a multichannel plan aimed at achieving our objectives. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the agency.”

Brett Jacob, MD of Present Works, said: “We have real experience in working with data-led, AI and technology-driven businesses, and working across this sector has been a deliberate part of our business strategy. We ‘get’ this industry and know exactly how to best position our clients to drive business growth.”

To support the agency’s ongoing expansion, Alys Marshall, formerly of Jaywing, has recently joined the business as Senior Copywriter, and it has recently launched its new website showcasing work for brands including the New Era Cap Company, Trinity McQueen and Shift Marketplace.

The agency is set to announce further wins and key appointments over the coming months.

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